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Day 01: Arrival Delhi
Arrive Delhi and meet the representative at the arrival hall and transfer to the hotel for check-in. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 02: Delhi – Amritsar (By Train)
Morning proceed for sightseeing tour of Old Delhi. On your visit to Old Delhi, we will take you to the Red Fort, Jama Masjid and Rajghat.
Afternoon transfer to the railway station to board train for Amritsar. Upon arrival check in at the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 03: Amritsar
Today you enjoy a sightseeing tour of Amritsar. AMRITSAR, the name of the city derives from the name of the pool around the Golden Temple (aka Harmandir Sahib) and means “holy pool of nectar”. It is the spiritual and cultural center of the Sikh religion, and they are rightfully very proud of the city and their very beautiful and unique Gurdwara (place of worship). The Golden Temple was initiated by Guru Ramdas Ji, the fourth Sikh Guru, and completed in 1601 by his successor Guru Arjan Dev Ji. It is now a major pilgrimage and tourism center
After your visit to this exotic complex, you will proceed for Jallianwala Bagh & Mata Temple. Jallianwala Bagh (Garden) is a short 5-minute walk from the Golden Temple, and is the site of the 1919 Amritsar massacre. You will also visit the Summer Palace of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
Afternoon visit to Wagha border – It’s a border town straddling the line between Pakistan and India, 29 km from the town of Lahore on the Pakistani side and 28 km from Amritsar on the Indian side. This is the only crossing point between Pakistan and India that is regularly open to foreigners.
Evening return to the hotel for relaxation. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 04: Amritsar – Dalhousie
After breakfast depart by surface to Dalhousie (Approx. 200kms / 5-6 hours). A picturesque and popular hill station, Dalhousie was set up in 1854, as a retreat for the British soldiers and bureaucrats. Located atop the five hills of Kathalagh, Potreyn,Terah,Bakrota and Bhangora, it was named after the British Viceroy Lord Dalhousie. Surrounded by snow-capped mountains, and situated on the western side of the mountainous ranges of Dhauladhar, it is known not only for its captivating beauty, but also for the ancient temples, the valleys of Chamba and Pangi which are great trekking grounds.
Upon arrival transfer to the hotel for check-in. Explore the hill station on your own and enjoy the natural beauty. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 05: Dalhousie
Morning drive to Khajjiar, approx an hour drive through dense forest area will take you to Khajjiar. This is a small town located in the beautiful Chamba Valley. It lies midway between Dalhousie and Chamba and is a perfect stopover for the tourists willing to visit the state of Himachal Pradesh. Fenced by the tall Deodar trees, Khajjiar is nestled well in the laps of Himalayas. Khajjiar is famous for the ancient, 12th century, golden-domed temple of Khajinag. Other attractions are The Lake in the rolling green turf is a small lake. Return back to the hotel in the evening for overnight stay.
Day 06: Dalhousie – Dharamshala
Morning drive to Dharamshala (Approx. 125kms / 03hours). Upon arrival transfer to the hotel for check-in.
Rest of the day is free for individual activities or relaxation. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 07: Dharamshala
Dharamsala is better known as Dalai Lama’s abode and Tibet’s Government-in-exile after the Chinese invasion of Lhasa in October 1959. A visit to Dharamshala would be considered irrelevant without a peek into the various monasteries dotting the hillsides. The Kangra Art Museum is located south of Lower Dharamshala tourist office. It has miniature paintings from the Kangra School of Art, which prospered in the Kangra. The Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, housed in the Central Administration compound at the southern end of McLeod Ganj, has one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of original Tibetan manuscripts. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 08: Dharamshala
Today we will do mediation and yoga activities as per the timing of hotel and rest of the day is free to enjoy the city. Overnight at the Ashram.
Day 09: Dharamshala – Chandigarh
Today morning after breakfast drive to Chandigarh (approx. 255kms / 5-6 hours). The capital of two states, Punjab & Haryana. Chandigarh is independent India’s most modern and well-planned city, designed by famous French architect and designer Le Corbusier.
Upon arrival start your sightseeing tour of Chandigarh including Rock Garden constructed almost entirely out of city garbage, Rose Garden 30 landscaped acres containing a variety of 1600 roses and Museum & Art Gallery housing a good collection of sculptures and paintings. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 10: Chandigarh – Rishikesh
Today morning after breakfast, drive to Rishikesh (approx. 245Kms / 05 hours). Upon arrival check-in at the Ashram and relax amidst the comforts of your room. Evening is free for yoga activities. Overnight at the Ashram.
Day 11: Rishikesh
Today we will do mediation and yoga activities as per the timing of Ashram and rest of the day is free to enjoy the city. Late evening visit the Ghats for Aarti ceremony dedicated to Goddesses Ganga. Overnight at the Ashram.
Day 12: Rishikesh
Early morning mediation and yoga activities at the Ashram. After breakfast start the sightseeing tour of Rishikesh which includes Laxman Jhula, Ram Jhula, Bharat Mandir the oldest temple, Nilkanth Mahadev believed to be the place where Lord Shiva drank the poison churned out of the cosmic ocean, Raghunath Mandir and walk down to Triveni Ghat by a Ganges River to witness evening Aarti where hundreds of people congregate here each evening to witness traditional Hindu prayer. Overnight at the Ashram.
Day 13: Rishikesh – Delhi
Early morning mediation and yoga activities at the Ashram. After breakfast, drive to Delhi (Approx. 240kms / 5 hours). Upon arrival, rest of the day is free to explore the local market or individual activities.
Late in the night departure to International airport to connect your flight for onward destination.
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